Latest Reproductive Medicine News
Almost 1 in 3 not told cancer treatment might affect future fertility.
Having sex 3-4 times a week was associated with a significantly greater stone passage rate than tamsulosin or standard medical therapy.
Amphetamine users were twice as likely as non-users to experience erectile dysfunction.
Researchers identify depression as the most important determinant.
Survey of minority men aged 18-25 showed that 57.2% indicated that they or their partner did not use birth control at their last sexual encounter.
Risk of testicular cancer, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, all cancers up vs. men who have undergone vasectomy.
Lower levels have no significant effect; findings consistent in racially diverse population.
Men in highest quartile of high-pesticide residue fruit, vegetable intake have lower sperm count.
All among the factors that may lower sperm quality and make men less fertile
Shorter anogenital distance has been linked to infertility and low sperm count
Fertility outcomes improved for men who have same female partner as before vasectomy.
Only one out of five heart attack patients gets advice from their doctor about sexual activity, and what information they do get often is misguided.
A single mutated gene may lead to infertility by causing abnormalities in sexual organs.
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